They carried him off the field.
They cheered so he wouldn't feel bad.
They gave him a shirt with his name on it.
People wanted to win the trophy for the school
People thought they felt bad losing all the time.
People thought Hays was a great athlete.
The Parkville team thought it was important to win, and the S.O.R. Losers did not.
The S.O.R. Losers team practiced a lot to win, and the Parkville team did not.
The Parkville team had a coach that did not care if they won, and the Losers did not have a coach.
They had won all their championships at their school
They had played enough sports in elementary school.
They were good at other things besides sports.
The teachers think it is strange that the teammates do not care if they lose.
The teachers think it's strange, because the Losers' team has always wanted to win.
The teachers think it is strange because they have never seen an attitude like that before at Parkville.
The crowd thinks the S.O.R. Losers have a chance to beat Parkville because their team is so good..
The crowd thinks the S.O.R. Losers have a chance to beat Parkville because the S.O.R. team has been practicing every night.
The crowd thinks the S.O.R. Losers have a chance to beat Parkville because Parkville hasn't won a game either.
They encourage them by having a fundraiser.
They encourage them by making them t-shirts that say "Go Win"
They encourage them by making banners for the lunch room and holding a pep rally before the game.
The coach of the team
The author of the story
The narrator of the story
The players had their backs to the camera.
The players stood on each other's shoulders.
The players from the other team were in it.
To be asked questions
To be made fun of
To be left alone
A front page newspaper article
A recording of music played at games
A team's history of wins and losses
Tell what you think will happen
Explain why something happened
Show how to do something well
Whom you hang around with
How you feel about something
When people do not like sports